The Church of the Holiest Savior (Polish: Kościół Najświętszego Zbawiciela) is a nice Roman Catholic parish church on Plac Zbawiciela Square in the district of Srodmiescie, central Warsaw, Poland. Architecturally, it is a three-nave basilica with a transept and dome at the intersection of naves.
The church was built in the Eclectic style in the years 1901–1911 according to the design of the Polish architect Jozef Pius Dziekonski (1844–1927) and consecrated in 1927. During the Second World War, the building was severely damaged by the German armed forces; it was reconstructed by the Polish architect Wieslaw Kononowicz at the end of the 1940s.
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Address: ul. Marszalkowska 37, 00-639 Warsaw, Poland
Official website: Parafia Zbawiciela